In a time when so much seems lost - routines, quotidian activities, social interactions - it can be difficult to keep one's hope. Yet, this hope can be rekindled through both inward reflection and outward action, and lighted by faith. We tend to it, gently turning it over in our hands, letting it be shaped by the lines of our experiences.
To quote Bil Keane, "Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present." When so much is left a mystery, how can we cultivate hope? How can we centre ourselves to live in - and appreciate - the present moment? Where does faith, spirituality, and religion come in to play?
This year's Discover Spiritual McGill Fair considers the contours of such questions, interrogating immediacy and sparking the wicker of hope. In a series of week-long virtual events, MORSL presents various perspectives and activities open to all that might keep your flame burning brighter than before.
Find the registration for all of the events here.